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Creating Markets for Ecosystem Services

  • Murtough, Greg
  • Aretino, Barbara
  • Matysek, Anna
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    'Creating Markets for Ecosystem Services' by Greg Murtough, Barbara Aretino and Anna Matysek, was released on 19 June 2002. The paper investigates how well environmental problems related to salinity, biodiversity and climate change can be addressed by creating markets for ecosystem services. The views expressed in this paper are those of the staff involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Productivity Commission.

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    Paper provided by Productivity Commission in its series Staff Research Papers with number 31912.

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    Date of creation: 2002
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    Handle: RePEc:ags:prodsr:31912
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